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An island state in the Pacific Ocean, in Polynesia. It occupies the territory of five atolls and four islands of the Tuvalu archipelago. The distance between the islands is from 50 to 100 km. The closest neighbors are Kiribati, Wallis and Futuna, Fiji. The country is part of the Commonwealth of Nations, and its head is the Queen of Great Britain.
The inhabitants of Tuvalu are engaged in subsistence agriculture, fishing, construction, and trade. The economy is growing thanks to the sale of fishing licenses, the rights to use the national .tv domain, and foreign financial assistance.
Grounds for obtaining a Tuvalu passport
Birth to citizens of the country
Marriage to a citizen of the country
Work for the country's government
Special services to the state
Obtaining a Tuvalu passport by naturalization: requirements for applicants
Knowledge of state language
Assimilation or cultural knowledge
Stable financial status
No criminal records